Uniden BEARCAT 980SSB

Uniden BEARCAT 980SSB

 

SSB 40 Channel CB Radio with 7 PERSONALIZED DISPLAYS

Select from 7 different backlight colors to personalize your radio!
Bearcat 980SSB has a LARGE EASY-TO-READ DISPLAY & CHANNEL

 Illuminated control panel for easy use in all lighting conditions

40 CHANNEL Full spectrum CB operation & instantly switches to emergency channel 9
• 40 Channel AM OperationUniden 980 SSB CB Radio
• SSB USB/LSB
• Dynamic Squelch Control
• Mic Gain 4-Position Control
• Extra Long Mic Cord
• 6-4 PIN Mic Adapter
• Channel Indicator
FEATURES:
• Instant Channel 9/19
• CB/PA Switch
• ANL/Noise Blanking
• Wireless Mic Compatible
• Frequency Display
• Large Digital S/RF/SWR Meter
• Noise Cancelling Mic
• 7 Color Display Options
• RF Gain Control
• Variable Talk Back
• Dimmer Switch Day/Night
• NOAA Weather Channels
• Memory Scan
• Clarifier
NEW NOISE CANCELLING MICROPHONE
Cancels out background noise
• Volume/Squelch Control
• Radio Diagnostics
• Backlit Control
Knobs/Buttons
• Easy-to-Read Laser
Etched Keys
Packaging Dimension: 15 x 8.5 x 3.5

Uniden BC 980SSB PCB
Uniden BC 980SSB PCB from http://www.cbradioclub.com/my-profile/userprofile/Rocket7098.html
Display Type Easy To Read Adjustable 7 Color Display Options
SWR Calibration YES
Number of Channels 40
External Speaker Capability YES
RF Gain YES
Delta Tune NO
Microphone Type Noise Canceling
Microphone Gain YES
Dynamic Squelch Control YES
Trasmission Wattage 4 Watts
N.O.A.A. / Weather YES
CB Scan YES
Instant Emergency Channel 9 YES
Public Address Feature YES
Color Black
Product Weight 4 lbs 8 oz
Product Dimensions 15″ W X 9″ H X 4″ D
Warranty (New / Like New) 2 years / 90 days

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